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OWA 2016 - Create an Email Signature in Outlook on the Web
This article explains how to create a personalized email signature when using Outlook Web App (OWA) running on an Exchange 2016 server in Office 365. Learn how to create and add a signature to your email messages in Office 365 and in Outlook.
Applies to Outlook on the web for Office 365
In Office 365 you can create a signature for your email messages. Your signature can be added automatically to all outgoing messages, or you can choose to add your email signature only to specific messages.
If you use both the Outlook Web App and Outlook locally installed version, you need to create a signature in each. For information about how to create and use email signatures in Outlook, see Create and add an email message signature.
Email signature on Mobile DevicesIf you’ve created an email signature in Outlook Web App on your desktop or laptop, you’ll see under the Options menu on your mobile device. You can use that signature, or you can create a mobile signature. If you create a mobile signature, it will be used in place of your default signature when you send a message from a mobile device. For more information on options for Outlook on mobile devices click here.
Click on this link Create and add an email signature in Outlook Web App to learn the following.
- Create and add an email signature in Outlook on the web
- Create a signature
- Manually add your signature to a new message
- Automatically add your signature to every message you send
Note: You will need to sign in to Office 365 with your CNetID email address and password.